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    EASSY Harry Bittering and his family live on Mars at the moment because Earth has an on going war with atomic bombs which could kill many people. Harry must go through the struggle on Mars because the moment he steps off the rocket he wants to go home because the new environment make him feel out of place. After being on Mars for some times Harry starts to physically and mentally change about being on Mars. Harry Bittering and his family go to mars after a war had started on Earth but shortly…

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    Joshua Connolly 08 August 2015 NCAS2015FALL Evolvable Mars Campaign Essay Question # 4 The question of how to effectively plan a mission to Mars is multi-faceted. To convey the idea of the best mission, every portion of the mission must be discussed. The spacecraft must be designed to meet all mission and safety specifications. The testing must recreate possible scenarios encountered for the duration of the mission. The actual spaceflight plan must account for every action the mission is to take…

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    Recent revelations in the news over NASA finding “liquid” water on Mars has gotten many people excited about the possibility of sending humans to live on the planet, without much insight into the actual reasons why that idea is still not currently feasible. A planet must have much more than just water in order to be a habitable place, and these factors are often overlooked, in fact the same factors affecting the water supply on Mars are also the factors that factors behind the other reasons it…

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    its sights set on Mars, but getting to Mars and back poses a more difficult task than anything we’ve ever done before. However, because new technology is being developed every day to help humans get to Mars, a manned mission to Mars should be realistic by the 2030’s. Just getting to…

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    Although scientists have speculated about intelligent life on Mars, it comes as a complete surprise to England when Martians land, having been shot to Earth in flaming cylinders. At first the projectiles are mistaken for shooting stars or meteors. Then Ogilvy, the first to discover one of the cylinders that has landed, realizes that it is hollow; as it cools, he can hear something inside unscrewing the cylinder’s top. Ogilvy informs a local journalist, Henderson, and soon a crowd, including the…

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    Colonizing Mars Living on Mars will be hard and will have its ups and downs, many humans won’t be able to survive on Mars. Mars is about two hundred and fifty million miles away NASA is hoping to launch in 2024 and land in 2025. The first person ever to step on Mars will be around nine years from now. Mars should not be colonized, the trip will be expensive and everybody needs food and water also, everybody will need to wear a spacesuit at all times. If NASA colonizes Mars, everybody…

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    research about water on Mars, as they are looking to find the presence of life on a new planet. Many discoveries have been made allowing them to strongly believe that Mars contains water and might still contain it. They still need to do a lot of research to confirm their interpretations and research as some of their arguments can be explained by other reasons then water. Introduction: A recent research by Nasa has comes to prove the presence of water on Mars. Mars is one…

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    doesn't Mars have oceans? A recent breakthrough discovery has confirmed that liquid water does exist on Mars. This means there is the potential for life to exist here. However, this water is very minimal compared to previous levels of water found on Mars. A study done by Geronimo Villanueva and Michael Mumma of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center reveals that Mars used to have at minimum seven times as much water as it does today with there being enough water to cover almost 20% of mars’…

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    dioxide, and one year lasts approximately 687 days (“Mars Facts”). This seemingly inhospitable world is Mars, and recent debates have surfaced over whether humans should explore and settle it. Many believe that we as a species must venture onto planets beyond our own. The arguments in favor of colonization, however, often lack real support and make rushed and misguided assumptions. Analyzing available evidence indicates that the settlement of Mars should not occur yet, due to society’s…

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    For more than fifteen years, the search for any sign of water on Mars has finally been found conclusive. Findings from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) provided the definite evidence that water flows periodically throughout Mars. Using a spectrometer on the MRO, researchers saw hydrated minerals that are seen as streaks. These streaks fade in cooler seasons and seem to flow down as well as darken during the warmer seasons. These flows are called recurring slop linea and the finding of…

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